- The list below includes 114 free or cheap things to do in or near Hartford, Tennessee, including 91 different types of inexpensive activities like Rafting, Camping Site, Specialty Museums and Art Gallery.
- From Cosby Campground to Big Bear Expeditions, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Hartford and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Cherokee.
Known for its fly fishing services, Davidson River Outfitters offers guided fishing tours of the regional rivers of the Southern Appalachians. The shop also hosts instructional classes where visitors can learn how to fly tie and build rods.
The Knoxville Museum of Art is dedicated to the celebration of the art and artists of East Tennessee while also presenting a diverse collection of art from around the world. The KMA features lectures, concerts, and educational programs.
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1327 Circle Park Drive, Knoxville, TN 37996 MoreLess Info
Opened in 1963, the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture is an educational museum located on the campus of the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. The museum contains a number of exhibits focusing on the local history, geology, and arts.
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2801 E Broadway Avenue, Maryville, TN 37804 MoreLess Info
Roll Arena Party Zone is a rink that offers year-round roller skating, has a number of party packages and can rent their facility for private parties. They also sell new, used and custom built skates.
Featuring 24 AMF lanes, Franklin Lanes provides both open and league bowling with automatic scoring and a pro shop. The center offers a tiki bar with drinks, karaoke and flat-screen televisions along with a skating rink.
Specializing on the Nolichucky River, Cherokee Adventures offers a different whitewater rafting experience than other companies in the area. This side river provides a variety of rapids through the 3000 foot gorge.
Entertaining in a scary way, Where Shadows Walk features tours of haunted houses, buildings and graveyards. Along with cemetery tours, there are also historical and special holiday outings dedicated to seeing and experiencing ghosts.
Fender's Farm and Corn Maze is a seven-acre corn maze with activities throughout for visitors of all ages. There's a petting zoo, hayrides and music. Other events are offered at an additional charge, including bull riding, paintball and sugar pie pumpkin decorating.
The 500,000-acre Pisgah National Forest was the first land purchased under the 1911 Weeks Act establishing National Forest, home to the first school of forestry, and home to two of the first designated wilderness areas in North Carolina. Visitors can hike, camp, fish, ride, hunt, and do water activities.